A WARM AND IRRESISTIBLE COMEDY OF MODERN LIFE BY THE AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR OF LEARNING TO SWIMIn 1976 four students took a trip to the desert. Now the repercussions of that fateful summer are coming back to haunt them...
And repercussions are just what Guy doesn't need: his wife, Jane, is moving swiftly from slightly eccentric to downright peculiar, their three-year-old daughter seems set on destroying Jane's sanity, and now even God's gone quiet on him.
As for Nina, she's having enough trouble with her son, James. He's got exams looming, a new girlfriend with pneumatic breasts and now, it seems, he's on drugs. Nina certainly won't welcome any ghosts from the past.
Life isn't going smoothly for anyone. But when Hugo, long-forgotten agent of misfortune, threatens to pay them all a visit, disaster seems unavoidable.
Clare Chambers was born in Croydon in 1966 and read English at Oxford. She wrote her first novel during a year in New Zealand, after which she worked as an editor for a London publisher. She is also the author of Back Trouble
, Learning to Swim
and In a Good Light
. She is married and lives in Kent with her husband and young family.